Here are some of the scarfs I've been making from all the FABULOUS tutorials out there. It all started with the Joy's Hope scarf along. I showed you which fabric I was going to use but never put the finished product on here!
They turned out really cute. I mixed it up and did a few skinny ones and a couple that were wider(by putting two together instead of folding in half.) I even made one that was a cross between the Joys Hope scarf along and the Honor student scarf!
My Honor Student Scarf Along is my favorite. It was the most time consuming but I LOVE it. I used Amy Butler's (my first Amy Butler fabric I have actually bought by the way) LOVE fabric. Its scrappy and I love the colors and it is the perfect size of scarf I think. I also love that it isn't just a wintery scarf but can be used in the spring and fall. You can find all the instructions for this one at Cookie Mondays.
My bunchy scarf was by far the easiest and it is the one Darin likes the best. I think it took me all of 10 minutes to make this one. I spent more time trying to decide on a color at the fabric store! Hope Studios was kind enough to share her tutorial on making these here!
Last we have the ruffle scarf. It was the winner on SYTYC (as in so you think you're crafty) a few weeks ago. V & Co came up with this fun flannel scarf and even though you can't get the tutorial anymore you can go here to get the PDF pattern! I think if I make this again I would make it a little narrower, but it is still one of my faves!
So there you go. Its not too late to make a fun scarf for the winter. Its sunny and a balmy 50 degrees today, but I know its just a trick. I'll keep my scarves around.
And they are great for keeping 2 year olds entertained at church